Sunday, August 14, 2011

dwell in the energy



Autumn Rose said...

So true, and very beautifully put.

Angella Lister said...

so true. and then they become beautiful in a new and far more enduring way.

did you write this? it's lovely.

Josey said...

This reminds me of the way my sister sees life. I like it.

Maggie May said...

I didn't write this and couldn't source it unfortunately :( It's one of those random things you find online that has no link. Anyone who knows where it is from lmk and I'll source it. Reminded me of myself and Mr. Curry.

Elizabeth said...

Love it --

Melinda Owens said...

Yes, yes, yes!!

oceangirl said...

i needed this today, right at this moment. thank you.

Hannah Pratt said...

Yes. Well said. Love it.

bron @ baby space said...

I love it. And will share it. Thanks for sharing it here Maggie May :)

The Empress said...

What strikes me about this, straight to the heart, is that this is how my children saw me, when they were young.

Now, that they're in their teens, I am becoming "human" to them, and I can see them discovering this, they point out what is imperfect about me...as if they are seeing it for the first time. Though it's always been there...they just never saw me through those kind of detached eyes before.

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